Soil being carried by the wind in a 'fen blow'
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Fen Blow dust storms cause traffic hazards

High winds have caused serious driving conditions in the Fens as huge clouds of dry top soil are blown across fields and onto the roads.

The clouds - known as Fen Blow - are so dense drivers are being forced to turn on their headlights and sometimes pull over until the sudden dust storms subside.

BBC Look East's Mike Cartwright reports.

  • 19 Apr 2013